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5/30/2012

Promotion Update:  We're excited to hear that Shiloh is extending this amazing promotion in to 2013.  It has been a huge success for us and an amazing deal to our clients!  We can offer our clients the high end, custom look of INSET doors for the price of a mid-range cabinet, like KraftMaid.  Once only privvy to the luxury market, inset doors can now be in a mid-range budget remodel.  Hurry in today to take advantage of this promotion.  

Now, for a limited time, you can enhance your cabinets with a classic, antique look. Beaded inset cabinet doors add character and depth to your cabinets and are now available for the same price as standard overlay doors! This offer is available only for Shiloh Cabinetry, a quality, custom-cabinet fabricator in business since 1977.

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5/28/2012

I absolutely love my kitchen cabinets! He has most of the base cabinets up in the kitchen as well as the area above the cook top! I love it -- it looks just like the picture you gave us!

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Remodeling a kitchen is a big project, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. However, being prepared before you begin your kitchen project goes a long way to reducing stress and actually making a remodel fun! You can start here with our FAQs to see what you should know before starting on your project.

 

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How much will it cost?

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For new kitchen cabinets, countertops and fixtures, pricing can begin around $5,000 (if you do the installation yourself) and as much as $20,000 - $50,000+ with installation included. Here in the Midwest though, the majority of kitchen projects we do cost from $15,000 - $50,000, including design, cabinets, countertops and installation.  An average sized kitchen with medium grade materials will generally cost around $20,000 to $30,000 installed.  A good rule of thumb to speculate installation costs is to calculate about 50% of cabinet costs.  After your kitchen design is complete, your kitchen designer can prepare a more accurate proposal based on your individual needs.

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